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Job Safety Analysis


JOB DESCRIPTION
TYPES OF WORK
: Welding works
LOCATION OF WORK: Workshop
REQUIRED PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT
x
x
x
x

Safety Helmet
Safety Shoes / Boots
Safety Glasses
Face / Welding Shield
Goggles
Life Jackets

Cotton Gloves
Welding Gloves
Leather Gloves
Leather Apron
Gauntlets
Dust Mask

Work Vest
Safety Vest
Safety Harness / Belt
Face Mask
Ear Protection
Others (Specify): _________________

OTHER SAFETY EQUIPMENT / REQUIREMENTS


x
x

Fire Extinguisher
Gas Detector
Safety Signs
Barricades
Lifeline

N
o

Activity
( Job Steps )

1.

Work permit
from Client
to be
obtained.

Tag Out / Lock Out


Work Permit
Competency Certificate
Respirator
First Aid Equipment

Potential Hazard
Unauthorized
commencement of
works may result in
exposing workers
and or potential to

Control/ Recovery Measures

Authorized lead-operator / in-charge shall ensure obtaining and


maintaining valid work permit.
The worksite supervisor responsible for this activity has to check
the PPE of his staff to ensure that all required items are available
and properly used.

Responsib
le/ Action
By
Leadoperator
Supervisor

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harm or danger

Inform all workers regarding permit condition before work starts.


Worksite supervisor shall conduct toolbox talks about nature of
works and associated potential hazards and their essential
precautionary measure.
Follow mobilization schedule and arrange the required documents
to avoid any cause of delay.
Ensure that the pre task briefing is given out in a language
understood by the work force, have it translated.
Ask question regarding the briefing to get feedback from the staff,
this ensures full comprehension.
Issue required appropriate PPE and replace PPE that has signs of
defect.

Pre-task
briefing
toolbox
talks.

Set up work
piece on fixture

The work force does


not understand the
pre task briefing
therefore does not
understand the
potential dangers
and control
measures to be
implemented. Some
of the workers could
be lacking PPE or
using defective PPE.

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Strain/sprain from
heavy and/or
awkward
work piece
Foot injury from
dropping work
piece
Trip/fall in area
around
Arc Welding
workstation
Damage to work
piece
from incorrect set-

Use mechanical hoist or get assistance from co-worker to set-up/


adjust work piece
Wear recommended footwear. Ensure work piece is securely
clamped to fixture
Clean/clear work area/surfaces of unused tools/materials.
Remove dust/debris.
Work piece should be clean and secure to fixture
Wear recommended gloves when handling work pieces with
sharp edges
Use correct tool and wear recommended gloves

Supervisor
Workers

Supervisor
Workers

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Hand/finger
laceration
from edge of work
piece
Hand/finger
contusion
from tool slippage
while
tightening fixture

Install
electrode rod
into torch

Energize and
set Arc Welding
Machine
amperage/
current

Turn on gas
and set flow
(if applicable)

Hazard :
Electric shock/burn
from electrode rod
Hazard :
Electrical
shock/burn from
contact with
electrode rod
holder
Damage to
workpiece from
incorrect
amperage/current
Hazard :
Damage to
workpiece from
incorrect gas flow
rate
Bodily injury from
explosion of

Ensure Arc Welding machine power to arc is electrically deenergized when changing electrical rod

Supervisor

Ensure welding machine is properly grounded. Welder should be


insulated from live electrical parts and dry.
Inspect and replace cables, plugs and leads that show any signs
of defects. Wear recommended gloves and clothing.
Refer to Op Sheet and/or Shop Order for correct
amperage/current

Supervisor

Consult Op Sheet and/or Shop Order for correct flow rate


Practice caution around compressed gas cylinders. Protect gas
cylinders from excessive heat, mechanical shocks and arcs.
Ensure cylinder is insulated and fastened so it will not fall.
Do not use a compressed gas cylinder that appears to be

Supervisor

Workers

Workers

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Weld
workpiece

Complete
welding

compressed gas
cylinder
Eye injury from
welding flash
and/or spatter
Burns from welding
spatter, UV/infrared
radiation and/or
electrical contact
Inhalation of
welding fumes or
asphyxiation from
displaced oxygen
Bodily injury from
condition or type of
work piece being
welded
Electrical shock
hazard
Hearing loss from
chronic exposure to
noisy machinery
Fire due to
combustible
material in welding
area
Hand/finger contact
burn from hot
electrode rod

Hazard :
Electrical
shock/burn or

damaged and/or defective.

Wear welding helmet with proper grade of filter plate.


Ensure flash curtains/barriers are used to protect
bystanders/observers--b) Wear recommended protective
clothing.
Ensure any exposed skin is covered during the welding process.
Do not wear metal jewelry and clothing with cuffs and/or pockets.
Stay a safe distance away from arc
Use local exhaust ventilation and a fan to maintain good air
circulation
Do not weld work piece unless it is properly cleaned
Ensure welding machine is properly grounded. Welder should be
insulated from live electrical parts and dry.
Do not weld when wet.
Inspect and replace cables, plugs and leads that show any signs
of defect.
Wear hearing protection
Remove any combustible material from the immediate welding
site.
Keep a fire extinguisher readily available.
When electrode rod gets too short, stop welding and restart with
a new electrode rod.
Wear recommended gloves

Supervisor

Ensure Arc Welding machine power to arc is electrically deenergized. When not in use electrode rod should be removed

Supervisor

Workers

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electrical contact
with conducting
objects, flammable
liquids and/or
compressed gas
cylinders due to
energized electrode
rod holder
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Remove
workpiece from
fixture and
transport to
inspection

Hazard :
Strain/sprain from
heavy and/or
awkward workpiece
Foot injury from
dropping workpiece
Trip/fall in area
around Arc Welding
workstation
Hand/finger
laceration from
edge of workpiece
Hand/finger
contusion from tool
slippage

from holder and holder should be placed so it cannot make


electrical contact with conducting objects, flammable liquids
and/or compressed gas cylinders.

Workers

Use mechanical hoist or get assistance from co-workers to


transport workpiece
Wear recommended footwear. Ensure workpiece is securely
clamped to fixture
Clean/clear work area/surfaces of unused tools/materials.
Remove dust/debris regularly
Wear recommended gloves when handling workpieces with sharp
edges
Use correct tool and wear recommended gloves

Supervisor
Workers

Hazard :
Prepared By :
2016
Contractor / Contractor Representative

Reviewed By :
Lead-operator / In-charge

Date : 5 MAY